What is a VESA pattern?

What is a VESA pattern?

Most TVs and Monitors made today by the major brands are built with four mounting holes on the back to take the entire weight of the display. These mounting holes are threaded and are aligned in a square or rectangle VESA pattern.

The VESA pattern size is determined by the distance between the centre of the horizontal holes and vertical holes in millimetres. EG: 400mm x 400mm

What VESA pattern is my TV?

The easiest place to find your VESA pattern size is in the TV user manual in the specifications section, the brand website by looking up the TV model number, or by measuring the VESA pattern.

The most common VESA sizes we’ve listed: 75x75, 100x100, 200x100, 200x200, 300x200, 300x300, 400x200, 400x300, 400x400, 600x400, 800x400

What else do I need to know about VESA patterns?

Take note of the TV display size in diameter and the TV weight without the stand as these will play a role in which TV mounts will suit your TV.

Consider the function of the TV and how you’d like to use it in your home or office. We offer fixed position mounts that are slim for small rooms, tilt motion mounts for mounting high and reducing sun glare, as well as full motion mounts to move the TV outward from the wall and pan around to view from different angles.

If you're after a TV bracket, check out our TV Mount Finder Tool to find the perfect TV wall mount solution specific to your TV model and style.

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